When aircraft are delivering weapons effects in very close proximity to friendly forces the risk of collateral damage is high.
Professionally trained Joint Terminal Attack Controllers or JTAC and Close Air Support (CAS) Aircrew are the key to ensuring high profile mistakes are avoided. It is both very expensive and resource heavy to train and maintain at readiness Close Air Support personnel.
The role of the JTAC is to carry out the Ground Commander?s intent by coordinating ground and air Joint Fires assets, delivering timely effects while avoiding politically damaging consequences to civilian and friendly forces.
International training and education exhibition and conference
25/05/2021 - 27/05/2021
Location Fibes - Palacio de Congresos y Exposiciones de Sevilla